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2012-03-09 08:00:48
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Mining Engineers earn $180,000-$200,000 per month.


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depends on what you mine and how successful you are, but generally speaking, a mining engineer can make between 60 and 200k a year

a couple thousand each month

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in sri lanka 80000Rs,in usa 20$ per hour

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The average salary of a marine engineer is 78,000 dollars a year. This is a highly specialized field but with many available jobs.

They earn £5,000 a month.

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The average salary of an environmental engineer is $80,890. The highest paid environmental engineer can earn up to $122,290 per year.

Around $125,000 a year, depending on what kind of engineer you are.

A Kirby vacuum engineer earns $23,872

In the US, a mining engineer makes a reasonable amount of money in a year. The average salary for such a position is 74,427 US dollars.

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